Een innige verstrengeling van diner, dans, muziek, poëzie en theater. Een avond waarin een kakelvers seizoensgebonden diner en performances één worden. Slechts € 21,50 voor drie gangen en 12,50 voor alle optredens. Laat de kok op tijd weten als je komt!
An intimate entanglement of food, dance, music, (Dutch) poetry and theatre. € 21,50 for three courses and 12,50 for all the performances. An evening where a great, season based dinner and performances become one. Please contact the chef on time!
WIL JE MEE-ETEN? RESERVEER DAN SPOEDIG VIA
19:00: deuren open
19:00: start diner
19:45: aanvang eerste performance
DINER: Tim Sprangers / John Pastinaak
Zoals altijd kookt Tim met groenten, kruiden en fruit van het seizoen en het liefst uit moestuinen in Amsterdam-Noord.
VOOR Gazpacho met dragon, Taggiasche olijfjes en pesto-toast
HOOFD Frisse doperwtpolenta op smokey rode bietenmousse en geroosterde seizoensgroenten
NA Aardbeien in limoncello-room met amandelcrumble (vegan)
OENE VAN GEEL / MOTOKO HONDA
Oene Van Geel (Netherlands) and Motoko Honda (Japan/U.S.), two innovative master improvisers and virtuosic performer-composers well versed in both traditional and extended techniques, come together to create free-spirited soundscapes driven by their common passion for adventurous music, visual arts and interdisciplinary collaborations.
Edgar Prize winner Van Geel has been making significant contributions to the Dutch and European jazz scene and critically acclaimed “Keyboard Alchemist” (Los Angeles Times)
Honda has been playing a major role in progressive jazz and contemporary music scene in the U.S. for decades, this spectacular duo will take audiences to a colorful, deeply imaginative and exciting world of endless sonic possibilities.
Oene van Geel viola | Motoko Honda piano
OENE VAN GEEL / MOTOKO HONDA / KENZO KUSUDA
Oene van Geel en Motoko Honda will be performing as a duo on this evening, but they will also be joined by the Japanese dancer Kenzo Kusuda, who is a very active force in the Amsterdam (improv) dance scene and beyond. Kusuda takes the audience to a world filled with imagination. Simply with the body’s movement on an almost empty stage, he is able to reveal that which is invisible.
Lucija Gregov is a cellist, improviser and sound artist whose work describes and explores new sonic landscapes. Adding to her instrumental cello practice, she integrates analogue synthesizers and field recordings to her compositions. Her visceral approach to improvisation proposes a distinctive way of creating, co-creating, thinking and performing in and about current sonic dynamic. Following indicators of flow, experimentation, investigation of unexplored physical and spiritual spaces, Lucija’s work enables emergence of practice and sound materials that are open-ended and continuously transformative.
Through many interdisciplinary collaborations, she seeks to push the boundaries of traditional cello playing which further extends her interpretation, technique and ideas. She has been developing projects and researching in the field of classical music, electro acoustic music, noise, improvisation, experimental music, radio and sound art, as well as community art.
Marja Pruis is a writer, columnist and editor of De Groene Amsterdammer. Her novels received nominations for De Gouden Uil, the AKO Literature Prize, the Libris Literature Prize and the Anna Bijns Prize. For her essays and columns, bundled in Kiss me, punish me, Enough now about me and Solutions, she received the Jan Hanlo Essay Prize, the J. Greshoff Prize and the J. L. Heldring Prize.